Fan Expo Dallas brought tens of thousands of fans to Dallas in early April, and Mineralblu, a cosplay photographer, was on hand to capture the many costumed attendees. He put his footage together in a cosplay music video with helpful labels noting which costume is being worn or what franchise it’s from. You’ll see everyone from an epic Doctor Strange, a big plush porg, a dog as Flash, a small Pennywise, and more. It’s a lot of creativity and resourcefulness packed into ten minutes.
Mineralblu does something unique with his cosplay music videos by putting together albums of still photos of individual cosplayers in the video and linking to more of their work. You can view pictures of over 50 costumes in this album.
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